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will to back down from his power grab. >>> a major ruling in michigan that has some workers upset and could hurt the auto industry. more on that when we return.  >>> michigan is now one step closer to becoming a right to work state. yesterday, the state house and senate approved bills limiting ups from collecting fees from nonunion workers. the bill has caused quite an uproar with union workers who say union rights are now at risk. ballet between labor and business could hit the auto industry especially hard. the governor says the bill promotes work equality. >>> mohammed morsi said he would not tolerate anyone trying to overthrow what he calls his legitimate government but the protestors say they'll continue. seven people are dead after violent clash this is week. >>> and historic visit by the leader of hamas to gaza tbeen e years. his party has been in control of the gaza strip for five years and he is arriving to mark the 25th anniversary of hamas' founding. >>> software mowing up john mcafee is back in jill after a brief trip to the hospital. he told the associated press he suffered
the maryland line to blade nsburg road. north capitol street from michigan to harewood road 40 to 45. and canal road from chain bridge to foxhall. >>> do have speed camera programs is to make sure before they put a camera in to make sure the speed limits are appropriate for the roadways. mayor gray says the reassessment of the speed limit shows the changes can be made without compromising safety. also the same for parts of 295 as well. those are the most ticketed locations about a month ago. the city council today is going to be looking at a speed camera changes but there is a problem. a hitch that may change. when you increase speed limits you are going to reduce the revenue and right now the city can't afford the reduction in ticket revenue. >> melanie, thank you. >> the dc council is about to vote on a slew of bills starting at 10:00 this morning. council members will take up unfinished business. lowering those speeding fines. another is campaign finance law. may try again to attach an amendment on ethics which he tried to do last christmas. allison. >> there are positive signs on a deal to
miles per hour. north capital street from michigan avenue to hearwood road going up to 40 miles per hour. and canal road from chain bridge to fox haul road, 35 to 40 miles per hour. and again, mayor gray commending the director of the district department of transportation for taking a look at these. also, back in november, they made some increases to speed limits along benning road, which went up to 35 miles per hour and also on 295, they raised that to 50 miles per hour. one of the thins they are trying to do here is keep the speed limits consistent as a lot of the drivers have complained that the speed limit changes as you are coming down new york avenue from maryland into the district. it is possible we could see decreases in the amount revenue that the city takes in from the speed camera. the city council we're sure will have something to say about this as well. back to you. >>> he said he was too overweight to be executed and the governor has made a decision. will a convicted killer be granted clemency? >>> sad news from capitol hill. we are remembering the life of a long-time senat
and traffic is moving again. >>> a man and dog were rescued after falling through the ice in michigan. one escaped and fell into the water. he tried to get the dog and couldn't make it to him without the ice breaking under his weight. as they waited for rescuers, the man's cousin managed to get to the dog and he fell in and both had to be rescued. >> and my cousin got some the dog and crawled on his bellow the ice and got to him and then he lifted up the dog on the ice and rescue put a boat there and hauled them up into the boat and the dog was all set. >> the man and dog ared to be doing just fine. >>> and they're lucky. >> ice is tricky, especially this time of the year when it's not that cold. i suppose you will notice one thing, everyone's bundled up. >> and you bet you, man and that is a cold trend the last week or so. today with the sunshine, and i have to say, without the wind, that is feeling comfortable out there and this is where we are this afternoon. blue skies and we're seeing the cloud comes back over and they're high and thin, midlevel clouds and they'll thicken through the
? the annual list of the most over used words has been released by a michigan university. contains a dozen words including fiscal cliff, spoiler alert, super food and bucket list. i don't know super food, i don't get that one. >> fiscal cliff, we are so tired of hearing that. >> we've said it a million times in the last 30 minutes. bucket list. i wouldn't think other words to be on there. >>> still ahead this hour checking in at a look at last night's big win. >> if you didn't get a new furry friend, find room to adopt. up next, adorable kittens looking for a new home. we'll be right back.  >>> all right. a dolphin showing off special trick by jumping out of the water and crawling on the ground. i guess that's crawling. the trainer says he noticed the animal would get out of the water when a person walking alongside of the pool. so he began rewarding it with fish and now it does it all the time. compared it to teaching a person how to swim or climb a tree. >> i can do the same thing for a good -- >> sure you can. >> i guess i set myself up on that one. >> yeah, you do. >> new y
peanut butter. >>> welcome back. new this morning, michigan is now one step closer to becoming a right to work state. yesterday, the state house and senate approved bills limiting unions from collecting fees from nonunion workers. the bill has caused an uproar with union workers who say union rights are now at risk. the battle between labor and business could hit the auto industry especially hard. the governor says the bill promotes worker equality. equal >>> more protests developing in egypt today and those protests are threatening to divide the nation. thousands are still protesting against the newly elected president. mohammed morsi went on tv saying he is open to dialogue and wants to meet the opposition tomorrow. they say the speech served no purpose. president obama called morsi last night to express his teen concern about the violence. >>> in the neighboring gaza strip, a historic leader by the leader of hamas. he will visit the palestinian territory for the first time in 45 years today. his visit is a sign of increasing boldness by the islamic militant group that is designated
to michigan to visit an auto plant in redford. the president will speak about the economy in an effort to make the case for raising tax rates on wealthier americans. also monday, a court hearing will be held to discuss a new york city hotel maid sexual assault lawsuit against former international monetary fund chief dominique strauss-kahn. the former ims chief's lawyer saying the two sides should resolve the case. tuesday, giving back to military families. michelle obama will visit a dc military base to deliver toys and gifts to the marine corps toys for tots campaign. wednesday, the pope turns to social media. pope benedict xvi recently launched his own twitter page, and starting wednesday, the pope himself will begin to tweet. he'll respond to questions put to him about faith and belief by twitter users, asking the ask pontiff hashtag. thursday, violent protests against the new charter continue in egypt, mohammed morsi warns once it is passed, there should be no obstacle and everyone must follow its will. that's a look at the week ahead. fox news. >>> they promise their fourth fight would en
of the national shrine will celebrate christmas masses throughout the day. the shrine is at 400 michigan avenue in northeast. >>> wednesday, december 26th, smithsonian community museum presents separate and unequal, black baseball in the district of columbia, focusing on dc's most heralded teams like the homestead braves. doors open at 10:00 a.m. at fort place north. thursday, december 27th, the results of maryland's expanded gambling referendum take effect, as 24-hour gaming begins at casinos in maryland. in november, voters approved a measure to expand live table gaming and add a casino in prince george's county. on friday, december 28, the u.s. energy information agency will release a report on the supply of crude oil and gasoline on the national in-state level. the report will be released at the department of energy building on independence avenue northwest. and that's your capital rundown for the week of december 24th, 2012. find us on myfoxdc.com and on twitter, #capitalrundown. i'm tom fitzgerald. see you next week. again? it's embarrassing it's embarrassing! we can see you carl. we can
. north capitol street from michigan avenue to harol road. and canal road from chain bridge to foxhall. >>> four cities with speed camera programs is to make sure the speed limits are appropriate for the roadways. ddots reassessment shows the changes can be made without compromising safety. in november the mayor also as part of this review increased the speed limit on benning road and parts of 295. that was the most ticketed roadway bringing in $23 million. bumped up the speed limit there. but he did this just like he did today with an executive order and that has ruffled feathers. and coming up we're going to talk more about that. >> all right. >> thanks, mel. >> it is now 7:09. a news crew kidnapped in syria held captive for five days. there are new developments and we have the very latest next. >> plus, we haven't seen this young man in a while. he is john wall. he hits the jim wall. gym. >> as we head to the break, a live look outside. the latest weather and traffic from tucker and julie coming up next. it's 7:10. 7:10. >>> checking world headlines now, nbc says chief foreign cores
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